Drayton Hall: Making a Difference with Historic Sites and their Communities

What is the future of historic sites? Why are historic sites important today? Drawing examples from Drayton Hall in South Carolina and other National Trust sites through the northeast, including Cliveden in Philadelphia, Montpelier in Vermont, and President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington DC, George McDaniel will discuss how historic sites across the country are working to make their communities a better place through education, economic development, and preservation.

Francis Scott Key Lecture Series

6:00 PM Cocktails, 6:30-7:30 PM Lecture, 7:30-8:30 PM Reception

$50/lecture; $225/individual series; $350/couple series

Drayton Hall: Making a Difference with Historic Sites and their Communities

Presented by George McDaniel, Ph.D., Executive Director Emeritus at Drayton Hall

What is the future of historic sites?  Why are historic sites important today?  Drawing examples from Drayton Hall in South Carolina and other National Trust sites through the northeast, including Cliveden in Philadelphia, Montpelier in Vermont, and President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington DC, George McDaniel will discuss how historic sites across the country are working to make their communities a better place through education, economic development, and preservation.

November 2, 2017 6:30 PM
201 West Monument St
Baltimore, MD 21201
United States
Phone: 410-685-3750 ext. 377
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Event Fee(s)
Lecture ticket $ 50.00
Individual series ticket $ 225.00
Couple series ticket $ 350.00
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